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Fizzing Slime

* For ages 2.5 and older

Looking for a quick and easy science experiment? Why not try Fizzing Slime! This slime is a great way to observe vinegar and baking soda reactions, while also being a fun sensory activity.

To make this slime you will need:

- Water


-Baking Soda


-Food dye


-Measuring cup

-Plastic container to store

Steps to make slime:

1. Gather the ingredients and supplies. Older children (5+) making slime, can be put in charge of gathering their supplies. Be sure an adult is the only one handling the vinegar.

*( 3+ children can be put in charge, but may also need additional help)

2. Measure 1 cup of flour and pour it into the bowl

3. Measure 1/4 cup baking soda and pour it into the bowl

4. Measure 1 cup of water, add the food coloring of your choice to the cup of water. Pour colored water into bowl of flour

5. Mix the flour, baking soda and water. If you want it thicker, add flour about a teaspoon at a time until it's to your liking.

6. Add a splash of vinegar and watch the slime fizz!

If you want to experiment a little, try mixing the fizzing slime to see what happens. Try making another color slime to mix in with the fizzing slime. How does this change the slime?

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